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“Role of Theatrical Groups in the Growth and Promotion of the ‘Father of Arts’ Explored by The Playwrights Association”

Last Saturday, the Playwrights Association hosted the boards of directors of theatrical groups operating in the United Arab Emirates, at the Theaters Association headquarters in the Heritage area of ​​the Emirate of Sharjah.

Ismail Abdullah, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Theatrical Association, welcomed the boards of directors of theatrical groups, praising the great role played by these groups in the development and development of the local theater, through their participation in all theatrical events that take place within the country, especially the Sharjah Theater Days, as the most important and deepest theatrical demonstrations The most influential in the local theatrical scene.

During the meeting, Ismail Abdullah affirmed the moral and material support provided by His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, to the local theater, without which the theatrical movement in the country would have stopped.


Ismail Abdullah called on theatrical groups to return to the ladder of achievements, by presenting theatrical performances worthy of the good reputation that the Emirati theater built with effort, fatigue and a lot of love, considering the achievement achieved by the Sharjah National Theater by winning the Sheikh Dr. In Morocco at the beginning of this year, as well as the achievement achieved by the troupe by winning the best show award at the Sharjah Gulf Theater Festival in its last session, is only the result of the confidence that His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah sowed in the hearts of his playwrights, and the unlimited support that His Highness provided them with. In order for our theater to reach the distinguished, important and distinguished ranks it has reached in the Gulf and Arab countries.

Ismail Abdullah emphasized that theatrical groups and playwrights are required of each of his position, to return the favor to this venerable theatrical personality, that we remain on the promise and the covenant, through a periodic review of the level of theatrical performances produced, and through the active and successful presence in various local, Gulf, Arab and international theatrical events. Especially the Sharjah theatrical days, which are the real indicator and the most important measure of the level of the Emirati theatrical movement.


The attendees presented opinions, visions, proposals, and discussions, proposing many solutions and remedies, which will inevitably lead the local theater towards all that is sublime and beautiful.

The meeting was attended by members of the Board of Directors of the Theatrical Association, represented by the artist Ahmed Al Jasmi, Dr. Habib Ghuloom Al-Attar, Professor Walid Al Zaabi and the artist Faisal Ali, in addition to Dr. Muhammad Youssef, the artist Muhammad Al-Amri and the artist Walid Omran Al-Jallaf for the Sharjah National Theatre, and the artist Ibrahim Salem for the modern theater in Sharjah. The artist Aref Sultan for the Kalba Society for Folklore and Theater, the artist Saeed Salem and the artist Muhammad Al-Ghass, the artist Saif Adran for the Umm Al Quwain National Theater, the artist Omar Ghobash for the Dubai Al Ahly Theatre, the artist Abdullah Saleh and the artist Ahmed Al Shamsi for the Dubai National Theatre, and the artist Abdullah Al Shehhi For the Ajman National Theatre, Dr. Hamad Al-Saray and the artist Mohammed Haji for the Ras Al-Khaimah National Theatre, the artist Ayman Al-Khadim and the artist Mohammed Rashid Al-Yamahi for the Dibba Al-Fujairah Association for Culture, Arts and Theater, and Professor Sultan Malih and the artist Rashid Al-Tunaiji for the Fujairah Theatre, and the artist Khaled Al-Bannai for the Association It included culture, arts and theatre.

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